Entergy Mississippi commemorates 20 years of its low-income customer initiative
Rebuilding the transmission system after Hurricane Laura.
All our stakeholders benefit from our commitments to our most vulnerable customers. As they rise, we all rise, something we can all be thankful for.
A joint letter to the editor from Entergy Corporation chairman and CEO Leo Denault and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana president and CEO Dr. Steven Udvarhelyi.
Given the economic effects of the pandemic, Entergy Mississippi suspended customer disconnections for non-payment of bills or for past-due amounts in March. During this time, the company implemented an Enhanced Customer Assistance Plan that provides new flexible options to extend time to pay. Under this plan, any customer with financial hardship can take up to twelve months to pay a current bill and/or unpaid balances.
Given the economic effects of the pandemic, Entergy Texas has implemented an Enhanced Customer Assistance Program to assist customers with past due balances.
As Entergy continues building on its efforts to keep the grid running safely and securely, diversity, inclusion and belonging remain crucial to achieving Entergy’s vision and mission.
As I sit here on the couch with my laptop and drink a cold soda, the TV humming in the background and my ceiling fan cooling my sweaty self after hanging holiday lights, I am keenly aware of all the electricity I’m using.
Third quarter grants included $2.7 million to fund disaster relief efforts, educational programs and economic development.
Entergy Texas, Inc. is continuing to monitor and plan for any potential impacts from Hurricane Delta.